Wednesday, November 18, 2015
National's Actors Welfare Program is getting on my nerves
When this actor realizes that his acting career has been reduced to playing a character he portrayed on a sitcom which has been off the air for 20 years in 30-second bits in order to pimp for a rental car company, I suggest he be kept away from sharp objects and be lovingly guided to therapy.
In the meantime, why on Earth would any of this convince us to use this particular rental car company? "Putty' didn't work for a rental car company on Seinfeld. He was a mechanic (and later, for one entire episode, a car salesman.) He was also an idiot. So why are turning to him for advice on which car rental company to use?
Come to think of it- considering the arc of this guy's career, why does he need to rent cars anyway?